Prudential Douglas Elliman agent Susan Phillips Bari writes sensitve, comprehensive how to on “Moving Mom”

Vintage Photo, “Moving Van”, Photographer Unknown
(At least to me)

“Serving the very special needs of all of our customers is a hallmark of Douglas Elliman,” President and CEO Dottie Herman said in an endorsement featured on the book cover. “This guide is a much needed handbook that can help create a sensible path along a very difficult road.”

The Guide to Moving Mom

 …or Dad, or Uncle Henry (or maybe yourself)

Authored by Susan Phillips Bari
Contributions by Lori Sokol Ph.D., Barbara Brock, Matthew Abrams, Cynthia A. Myer

subtitle:
…or Dad or Uncle Henry (or maybe yourself!)

Often considered a “four-letter word”, particularly for the elderly, a “move” can become a family affair if you prepare your loved ones and yourself.

Whether you are planning a move for yourself or a loved one, today, tomorrow or someday, Moving Mom will provide the information you need to deal with the emotional, financial and legal preparations necessary to successfully secure a safe and healthy move.
Susan Bari and a team of professionals that includes an estate attorney, stager/organizer, moving company CEO and psychologist will help you:

* Help a loved one transition to a new living arrangement
* Develop a “Moving Mom” team
* Organize each step of the process
* Find helpful resources in your community
* Work with attorneys, stagers, real estate agents, moving companies and other professionals

Moving Mom is available for $12 at Amazon

https://www.createspace.com/3716787

Susan Phillips Bari joined Douglas Elliman in 2010. Prior to her real estate career, she was the founding Executive Director of the Washington Regional Training Center of the American Woman’s Economic Development Corporation where she helped more than 2,000 women start and grow their businesses.

Currently, Miss Bari is Founder and President Emeritus of the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council, the leading advocate for the advancement of women owned businesses as vendors and suppliers to the nation’s corporations. She was also appointed by President Ronald Reagan as chairman of the Council on women’s Business Enterprise and by President Bill Clinton to a term as a member of the National Women’s Business Council and was subsequently reappointed by President George W. Bush to two additional terms.

The Guide to Moving Mom is Bari’s fourth book. Other works include Breaking Through: Creating Opportunities for Women and Minority Owned Businesses, Partnering for Profit: Success Strategies for Tomorrow’s Supply Chain, and Yes, I Can Do That!

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